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The proliferation of connected objects, known as IoT, exponentially increases the risk of attacks and vulnerabilities.
Companies around the world are increasingly using connected objects and appear ultra-connected. The development of 5G technology, which represents a productivity issue, further reinforces the use of these connected objects. The proliferation of these objects exponentially increases the risk of attacks and vulnerabilities.
There is a growing gap between the threat of attack and the operational responses that IoT, hardware and embedded software stakeholders are able to provide. This is mainly due to the fact that the designers of these objects do not focus enough on the security aspect.
While the security of all software layers of products on the market is starting to improve, there are still significant hardware vulnerabilities.
These vulnerabilities allow attackers to read the unencrypted data stored on the memory of electronic boards, retrieve intellectual property-protected information from microprocessors/microcontrollers, capture the keys sent between components, and so on.